The Pier (El embarcadero) is a Spanish drama television series created by Lex Pina and Esther Martnez Lobato. It was created for Movistar+ by Atresmedia Studios and Vancouver Media. The first season debuted on Movistar+ on January 18, 2019. On January 17, 2020, the second and final season, consisting of eight episodes, was released.
The Pier Season 3 Release Date
There is no news on The Pier Season 3 whether it is coming back or is being canceled. The maker of the show has been silent on any news regarding Season 3. Season 1 and 2 of the show were loved by the audience not only in Native country but also worldwide.
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The Pier Story
Alejandra (Verónica Sánchez) is a high-profile architect in Valencia who is shattered by the secrets left behind by her husband of 15 years, scar’s death. He was living a double life with another woman, Veronica, in a nearby village in the Albufera lagoon, she discovers. She decides to approach the woman under a different guise in order to learn why her husband lied and what really happened on the fateful night of his death. Valencia and the nearby Albufera are the settings for the series.
In The Pier, the homicidal fisherman had a beautiful marine biologist. Season 2: A 17-pound Restoration Hardware sourcebook was thrown through Renata’s window, and the pier coffee shop is out of almond milk. With this revelation, Season 2 makes so much sense. He was an alter dad telling his rambunctious alter son that it was the host’s turn to use the Xbox.
The Pier Cast
lvaro Morte plays Oscar, and Verónica Sánchez plays Alejandra, Verónica is played by Irene Arcos, Conrado is played by Roberto Enrquez, Katia is played by Marta Milans, Ada is played by Judit Ampudia, Big Boss is played by Antonio Garrido, Fran is played by Miquel Fernández, Vicent is played by Paco Manzanedo, Blanca is played by Cecilia Roth.
The Pier Season 2 Ending Explained
Following a perplexing night. “Martina” finally reveals her true identity to Veronica. Conrad displays rage, while Alejandra discovers Blanca’s thinly veiled creative interpretation of recent events. Alejandra is unable to avoid Albufera, and the two women reconcile. They discover that Oscar had a third life in Taracuellos that neither of them was aware of.
Veronica reveals that she ended her relationship with Oscar shortly before his death. At the architecture firm, there are important clients to impress, and Katia informs Alejandra that she is pregnant with their boss’s child. Vicente approaches Veronica for assistance with Oscar’s shady dealings, particularly one involving Andres’ blue book. Conrado wants to date Alejandra, but she lies to him about her true feelings for Veronica.
Fran and Vicente are in jeopardy as a result of Veronica’s hasty actions. Important details about Oscar’s relationships with his best friends and business partners are revealed in flashbacks. Andres threatens Conrado, who begins to suspect all of the men involved. Veronica, who is envious of Conrado and tired of being “the other woman,” tells Alejandra that she must decide who is more important to her. Alejandra regrets lying to Conrado and admits to having feelings for Veronica. He breaks up with her respectfully but then goes into a frenzy.
After a moment of rashness, Veronica and Alejandra discover that there is no turning back. Conrado learns more about Oscar’s life in Taracuellos, as well as the large sum of money he left behind. Conrado finally learns the truth about Oscar’s last night from Fran after a series of violent interrogations with various Andres and Oscar associates.
Authorities discover Andres’ car on the side of the road. Veronica and Alejandra express their confidence in their plans. Andres threatens Sol, which makes Veronica nervous. They seek assistance from Conrado, who tells them the truth about Oscar’s death and murders Andres for personal vengeance. Katia and Ada have a serious discussion with her boss. Blanca decides to publish “El Embarcadero,” a short storey.